Building Healthy Relationships to Thrive
This workshop assists individuals gain insight into their relational styles, their response styles, and how to build and maintain different kinds of relationships.
This workshop looks at shifting the paradigm from ‘can’t control’ to ‘can control’ and providing the tools and skills to support this process.
Everyone has relationships - whether at home with family, romantic, friendships, or at work - but not all of them are healthy. Some relationships are self-serving, others are conflictual, others can be toxic and not helpful at all. At times, relationships can be demanding and strenuous.
The Building Healthy Relationships to Thrive workshop assists individuals gain insight into their relational styles, their response styles, and how to build and maintain different kinds of relationships.
This workshop will also assist with understanding and investigate the underlying reasons for how you relate to others. What motivates you in relationships, and most importantly, how self-aware are you?
It explores the questions around:
- What happens to you when you go through distress and how does this affect your relationships?
- How do you build a relationship with yourself – mainly looking at self-awareness, self-compassion, how to pay attention to your feelings, and why you are so critical on yourself and how you can avoid that?
- How to relate with others - romantic, friendships, colleagues, parental?
- How to relate with your kids of different ages?
- Now that you have identified where you are at and what affects your relationships, how can you reset and build healthy relationships?
For more information on this and other workshops, contact The Space Between Us.